Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy is a very interesting man. Many people want to visit him and his art work from all around the world.


He was born in Cheshire 1956 in England but he now lives in Scotland. Andy was working on a farm age 13 and was raised in Leeds.
Andy Goldsworthy studied art at college. He makes natural art using natural materials. He takes photos still of his artwork.


reflection of my term


This report is all about my first term in Year 4 at HPS.

Last term my favourite topic was the Vikings because at first I didn’t know a lot about the Vikings but now I do and I got to be a Viking in our assembly. This was so much fun!!!

Did you know Vikings didn’t wear helmets with horns in them? This was all just a made up myth. My second fact is that the word ‘Viking’ means ‘pirate’.

I have tried really hard in my learning in Year 4. The piece of work I am most proud of is my colour wheel I did in art because I think I mixed the colours well and painted it carefully. I think I have settled very well into year 4.


My Assertive Mentoring target is to check my spellings before I hand my work in. I think I haven’t achieved my AM target because I keep forgetting to do it. I have been practicing how to use a dictionary so i can check the spelling of tricky or unfamiliar words. I think I have settled well into year 4 because I like the challenging work even if I can’t do it.

My spring term Assertive mentoring target is not forgetting to check my spellings before I hand my work in. I really want to make sure I achieve this target, this year!



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